tv Liberally Stephanie Miller Current September 26, 2012 6:00am-9:01am PDT
[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello current tv land. here we go. oh dear, jacki schechner more bad news for mitt romney. the cbs poll not good news. although romney says the polls in ohio were wrong. >> we'll get into that. >> stephanie: don't spoil it all for me right off the bat. >> stephanie: just stop it. >> it is hard. >> stephanie: as you know, the laws of aeronautical engineering
are wrong. you can roll a window down at 30,000 feet. >> stephanie: and say wee! stick your head out like a labrador. >> i get excited why the twitter gives me another romney gaffe. it makes my day every hour and a half or so. >> stephanie: just stop it. see? we just foreshadowed her news nuggets. here they are in their glory. >> that's a euphemism. but go ahead. >> stephanie: whatever. jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning everybody. if you're looking for a little more intention from president obama, you know what you have to do, beat ohio. he's got campaign events in bowling green state university and kent state university today marking his 29th visit to ohio since taking office. if you exclude the d.c. suburbs of virginia and maryland, it is more than any other state besides new york where the president likes to go to fund raise and considerably more than
any other swing state. according to "the washington post," either the president or vice president biden pops up in ohio every three weeks and usually with good financial news for the state. in march ohio got a federal grant for new manufacturing center, it was the first awarded and the administration awarded ohio about $125 million in tax credits to promote clean energy. officials say sometimes good policies also end up being good politics. mitt romney also in ohio wrapping up the three-day romney/ryan bus tour there. while "the new york times" reports that the two plan to campaign more together and they did so yesterday. ryan did the first day of the tour alone and romney will lobby himself today as his running mate moves on to colorado. the latest "washington post" poll has romney down by 8 in ohio but as stephanie mentioned his campaign says it is not worried because its own internal polls are much more favorable however the campaign is refusing to release any specifics on those super secret magic ohio polls. naturally, bloomberg is polling
likely voters and finds that 49% see mitt romney unfavorably. this is the highest unfavorable in the month of september for a presidential challenger in 30 years. we're back with more show after the break. stay with us. on current tv. >>i feel like i don't even know you. >>just stay on your side of the screen, okay? >>brought to you by geico. 15 minutes could save 15% or more on car insurance. visit geico.com for a free rate quote.
it's go time. what time is it rob? oh, then it's go. go. go. go time. anybody? anybody? what time is it? oh, right. go time! [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: oh, boy. it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. i'm sorry. will i promote what now? all right. we'll talk about that later. >> we will? >> stephanie: you will not
believe the questions i get asked when i walk in the door this morning. >> yeah. >> stephanie: say what? 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. we're about to get an eye candy grab. sexy liberal hal sparks on his way in. >> his birthday was yesterday. the birthday shenanigans are making him run a little late. all three of us, hal sparks, john fuglesang and i will be in seattle on saturday for my birthday celebration. tickets almost gone. bill, get it. >> i get so horny when i'm in seattle. >> stephanie: me too and every other city. [ applause ] yeah, i told you i was just telling jacki i'm going to roll the window down on the plane and stick my head out like a labrador and say whee. >> be sure to wear your goggles. with your tongue hanging out. >> stephanie: it is so hot in here. >> i don't understand why they don't let us do that. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: that's why we
have to have stories like this in scientific america. we should send him a subscription. why airplane windows don't roll down. they felt they had to offer this after the mitt wit. >> why things fall. >> stephanie: were you to open a plane window, the compressed air would rush out atmospheric conditions inside and outside the plane would equalize and everybody would die. >> yeah, there's that. [ applause ] >> stephanie: thank you scientific america. >> is that all the article was? >> stephanie: most of us don't need any further explanation. >> that would be funny if that's all the article was. >> stephanie: i was talking to a pilot friend of mine. well, you have about nine seconds of survivable air. >> that's plenty of time. >> stephanie: okay. all right. >> he wants to kill his wife, obviously. >> stephanie: ah, had stop it! ann:this is hard, you want to
try it, get in the ring. >> opening a window at 30,000 feet yeah, that's hard. >> stephanie: priceless. oh, sexy liberal news, jamie sexy liberal documentary which apparently it is getting crazy ratings. >> they're going to ask for a series. you do realize this, right? if it's doing that great in the ratings, they're going to ask for a series. >> stephanie: so is this show. i don't know what's happening. >> are we really? >> stephanie: yes. nanette in inglewood said by the way, the price of success they joked about squeezing up "the today show" in the ratings. if you ask me, it must be true. i was telling my girlfriend jodie foster who i'm dating, we are beating "the today show" in ratings. okay. i keep hearing about the awesome sexy liberal documentary all over current. if you get current which we don't, any chance it will show up on netflix or hulu any time soon? we're checking into that. we're driving so we can roll our
windows up and down whenever we want to. damian. [ applause ] >> why do the astronauts have to wear those suits on the moon. they're so unbecoming. >> stephanie: it makes them look hippy. why is it necessary? i don't get it. >> send ann out on a biplane with goggles and a scarf. she could be a wing walker. >> stephanie: a jaunty $1,000 scarf. >> oh, she would pay more than that. >> stephanie: like what she pays for her t-shirts. i was writing back and forth with the giant celebrity doing the panel. first for new york for the sexy liberal show at the beacon october 27th and aisha tyler and i exchanged squeeze texts. oh, my god they're coming. she wrote back triple squeeze. >> that's the sound you make when someone opens a window on an airplane.
squee. >> like scanners. [ explosion ] >> stephanie: wow i bet mitt romney's head exploded when he saw the new polls. eww. >> those are wrong. >> stephanie: in science and atmospheric conditions. >> stop it. just stop it. >> stephanie: obama opens up substantial leads in key swing states. he has opened up significantly over mitt romney in pennsylvania, ohio and florida according to a cbs news "new york times" poll. oh dear! let's see. a 10-point lead in ohio. is that the one that's wrong? oh dear. [ wah wah ] >> kelby at current said -- kelby, shelby, whatever. >> stephanie: i love you in steel magnolias. >> the best random facebook quote of the day. every time mitt opens his mouth a swing state gets its wings. >> stephanie: oh, wait a minute. who's that that just slipped in. >> stephy. >> stephanie: what's all of
the heavy breathing i hear? ♪ the humpty dance ♪ ♪ do the hump ♪ >> hump days with hal sparks. >> yes, yes! >> somebody had time to stop at starbucks. >> coffee bean, thank you very much. it is the west coast. >> stephanie: somebody's recovering from their birthday yesterday. happy birthday. >> thanks. yeah, we were actually shooting. ♪ you say it's your birthday ♪ ♪ it's my birthday, too ♪ >> stephanie: my little libra soul mate. there will be group spanking for us at sexy liberal. >> how is that different than the last time we were in seattle for sexy liberal? >> stephanie: it wasn't my birthday last time. >> i should have gotten spankings. >> stephanie: if you loved me, you would get that robo spank machine we had at the old studio. >> i'm not familiar. >> stephanie: sure you are. >> like you've never done playboy radio. >> uh -- actually i have done
playboy radio many times but i never saw the master. >> stephanie: i turned it up to 11 once. >> jim went through the cinder block wall. >> oh, yeah. >> stephanie: little tendon damage. >> oh, on him. >> i see i thought they gave you the remote and let you have a room to yourself. flappity flappity. is steph ever coming out of there? >> in the break room, they have 26 channels of porn. >> stephanie: jim was frequently late back from commercial breaks. >> there was a filthy leather couch. >> uh, yeah. >> stephanie: all right. well, you know what we can hope for. first of all, we have eye candy gram. ding-dong. hal sparks is here. and maybe road flare mary will call in. road flare mary has become everybody's new favorite. we think she smokes road flares but we don't know. >> she's from chicago. she gargles broken glass and clamshells. >> stephanie: she called in
two days ago with a zinger. she told me to go smoke my til. >> that just made my week. so that happened. and so now audra and kate have given her a theme song. we have two. >> please don't leave us like this. ♪ you said you were gone ♪ ♪ but we know that you are lyin' ♪ ♪ after all your words of steel ♪ >> go smoke your dildo. >> every time i call in, your ratings go up. ♪ i wish i was someone else ♪ ♪ oh, mary, our love ♪ ♪ holds on ♪
♪ holds on ♪ ♪ come back, mary because our love ♪ ♪ is holding on ♪ ♪ holding on ♪ [ applause ] >> stephanie: a little overwrought. she has a twitter feed now road flare mary. >> she's tweeting right now. >> stephanie: people are starting to put on wigs and lipstick and imitate her. online. i don't know. kenny from cleveland got in the game. ♪ i was standing in line in the grocery store the other day ♪ ♪ and i saw these -- buying food. why should poor people pay a lot to live? it's disgusting. ♪ she picked up the phone and called tivo ♪ ♪ mary keep on burning ♪ ♪ keep our stomachs churning ♪
♪ she'll be smokin' smokin' smokin' on a road flare ♪ ♪ smokin' smokin' smokin' on a road flare ♪ [ applause ] >> stephanie: goodness. her son can't get enough food stamps because all of the black people in their escalades -- >> all of the black people -- >> yes i've heard it. not convincing but i've heard it. >> no, it's not at all. by the way have you guys heard -- do you guys read the politico article about the lovely behind the scenes ryan business? >> stephanie: oh no. what's that? >> oh! [ ♪ dramatic ♪ ] >> should we tease it for after the break? >> yes, we should. >> stephanie: it is like we went to professional radio! hal sparks will be back with that story in a minute. >> i've got it right here! it's good stuff!
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with florida, aren't we. >> yeah, yeah. >> stephanie: this is just in. >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ boogie, boogie ♪ >> it is making a comeback. >> stephanie: so much fun watching the media play the "what if" game. if pigs fly out my ass and then also ohio something here's a path where mitt could win. >> if my aunt had a -- >> stephanie: possibly had a [ bleep ] and my uncle and then pennsylvania suddenly -- >> yeah, if everyone in pennsylvania was not allowed to vote and we went back to a surfdom system where one magistrate for the entire district was allowed to cast votes for every person in the town then -- >> romney would have it made. >> romney -- the landowners could -- >> stephanie: meanwhile, back here in the real world. [ ♪ magic wand ♪ ] >> what's that stench? >> this is what i'm talking about. >> remember about this time --
[ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] last cycle palin was going rogue? that was the whole thing. she was not -- her handlers were telling her one thing. she was getting mad that mccain -- she had these -- bragels on her. this is the article from -- this is how the article from politico starts. my favorite is the third paragraph. hang on, kids, it gets fun. >> stephanie: wait for it. >> paul ryan has gone rogue. haas enleashed unchange and off the hook. i hate to say if but if ryan wants to run for national office, he'll probably have to wash the stench of romney off of him. former director of the republican party of iowa told "the new york times" on sunday. coming from a resident of iowa, a state where people are polite even to soybeans, there was a powerful condemnation of the republican nominee. here it comes. though ryan had already decided to distance himself from the floundering roxny campaign, he now feels totally uninhibited. reportedly, he has been marching around his campaign bus saying
things like if stench calls take a message. wait! and -- >> stephanie: really? >> tell stench i'm having finger sandwiches with beggy noonan and -- with peggy noonan and i'll text him later. wow! >> stephanie: isn't it wonderful? you're going to have to go back to congress, eddie. >> lie go! i won't i won't i won't! >> dead on. >> butch patrick loves the show. he gets a kick out of it. >> tell stench -- if stench calls, tell him i'm having finger sandwiches with peggy noonan and i'll text him back. >> stephanie: as if it wasn't a worse name than mitt. >> well before the stench article appeared, there was a strong sense that ryan was freeing himself from the grips of the romney campaign. it began after his disastrous appearance with the aarp in
new orleans. style dictated by the romney handlers stand behind the lectern, read the speech writ and don't stray from the script. >> stephanie: the initial boo and then they boo the explanation. i thought there would be mixed reaction. let me explain. >> he had his mom there. who boos a guy in front of his 78-year-old mother other 78-year-old mothers! this is the fun part. further down, it is a dancing year one of romney's advisors has kept a close grip on ryan traveling with him everywhere and make hur -- sure he's used to the brain trust. >> stephanie: he's probably on the phone with sarah palin. >> a brain trust rumor has it that refers to ryan as gilligan. >> oh! >> bam! >> which by the way that makes the romney skipper. let me break some news right here, neither one of them is
getting off the island. i'm just saying. they'll both be stuck on the island for a long time! >> stephanie: they're both equally incompetent. >> a three-month campaign. ♪ a three-month campaign ♪ >> stephanie: dana in maryland, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: good morning everybody. how are you? >> stephanie: we're having too much fun. >> caller: i know. it is getting sweet, isn't it? i wanted to be the official biggest hal sparks fan of "the stephanie miller show." >> stephanie: oh, get in line. >> caller: if it's not taken. get in line? oh, darn it. >> i appreciate the effort more than anything. it takes a lot of work, i'm sorry to say. >> stephanie: no cutting. >> caller: my son, we watch lab rats. we think you're fab. okay so just as usual, a couple of things. i was just -- gretchen carlson this morning -- >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: she feels that the polls are -- they're lying about the polls.
>> stephanie: of course they are. >> caller: she said it is giving people who might not be decided subliminal messages so they might not go vote now because they're getting the subliminal messages. >> the manchurian voter. >> caller: it won't matter. then they put dick morris on. dick morris. he said that they're using the 2008 polls. he accused them of using the polls from 2008. >> stephanie: dana, here's what's most entertaining. er this already setting up the prestory for why mitt romney didn't get elected. >> caller: they're totally reaching and my second thing is, you know seeing newt gingrich with todd akin, it is despicable. this whole ralph reed thing, i sent you and chris a copy of the form. he's got this voter form and it was on rachel maddow last night. it is despicable. >> stephanie: newt gingrich will go to the opening of an envelope. the rapey guy?
sure. >> caller: absolutely. i don't know. you know, remember with president obama and bill ayers and reverend wright, continually, defended himself. so why isn't mitt romney stepping away from these people? i don't agree with ralph reed or todd akin? he's not doing that. >> the plan is to step -- he's obviously cleared himself of newt gingrich a long time ago and todd akin, they came out directly against because they didn't have a choice and my favorite was that he kept saying i would have used different words. that kind of thing. he keeps saying i would have used different words like perhaps thate language is different than our syntax. >> stephanie: you were saying the plane incident -- >> i don't think somebody realizes how worried some of us were. what do you mean? of some us. just say you. it's your wife. i don't think some of you realize how worried i was. my wife is in this plane. it is a scary -- >> stephanie: we were worried about the wife unit person. >> thing landing correct.
mayday mayday. >> stephanie: right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> danger, will robinson. >> stephanie: right back on "the stephanie miller show." >>for every discouraged voter, there are ten angry ones taking action. trickle down does not work. in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy.
rock & roll! ♪ [ orbit trumpet plays ] clean it up with orbit! [ ding! ] fabulous! for a good clean feeling... eat. drink. chew orbit. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> you don't want to know what we did in the multipurpose room. >> stephanie: it is the "the stephanie miller show." hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks. i told him -- who the celebrity guest is in new york. he said squee. also the new york -- also in seattle. very exciting. >> it's not the stench. >> stephanie: no, it is not
mitt romney, aka stench as paul ryan calls him now. >> both of them could call each other that quite evenly because -- >> stephanie: oh, my god. obama is pulling ahead in wisconsin. i thought -- paul ryan was wildly popular. >> isn't he? >> did you see that a crowd in ohio yesterday was chanting ryan ryan. and romney tried to get them to chant romney/ryan and they weren't having any of it. i have the audio if you would like to hear it. >> paul ryan. isn't that something? wait a second. romney ryan. romney ryan. romney ryan. there we go. all right. >> wow. [ wah wah ] >> you can just hear the stench. >> stephanie: who asked him to clap for him? which candidate was that? >> fred thompson. >> can i have a little applause? >> i'm pretty tired.
thank god. >> it will get out of hand, get out of hand quickly. >> stephanie: same thing about what is going to happen to romney. things are going to get bad for romney and they're going to get bad quickly. oh, boy. a you it doesn't matter because they're using polls from 2008. that's why romney -- >> stephanie: dick morris and others are setting up the story for why he isn't going to make it. you know what i would give anything to hear is a conversation between dick morris and road flare mary the day after the election. >> oh, my god. >> drenched in phlegm. >> what happened? they used the polls from 2008. you know what it is? all of those black people with the escalades. >> phlegm flying all over. >> stephanie: tarp down like a gallagher -- >> pile of phlegm goes i object. excuse me, i would like to
interrupt both of you. i've been sitting here long enough listening to this. as a pile of phlegm, i value protecting lung tissue, i actually serve the greater good. listen! >> stephanie: more purpose than dick morris. >> another thing -- >> stephanie: okay. let's go to mike in illinois. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi, mike. >> good morning. thank you for taking my call. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i would like to mention a comment that president obama made during his acceptance speech regarding global warming. i hope -- i pray -- that he will address this issue in his second term in his hope to be for second term. in my opinion it's the most important underreported undercoverred issue that we have in the world today. >> stephanie: at least we have a president that believes in science and the laws of aeronautical engineering and --
>> clean energy has actually been a priority since he got in office. the entire time. you can track -- as a matter of fact, that's one of the things they want to go back. romney is running the attack on coal ads. why is the president attacking coal and one of the reasons why certain coal mines are shutting down and why those workers are losing their jobs is because those companies are shifting to natural gas because that's where the boom is and those guys are losing their jobs because they're opening up jobs in montana and the dakotas. >> stephanie: here's a story about -- you know we thought mitt romney had just insulted pretty much every country in the world. >> yeah. >> stephanie: turns out it is more than just the 47% of us. 96% of people have received some government assistance. >> oh, he hates the 97%. >> stephanie: mitt romney wrote 47% is dependent on the government. it turns out 96% of americans have used government assistance at one point or another in their lives according to a new study. >> i don't care about those
people. >> stephanie: wait, there's more. he's preinsulted the other 4%. young adults who are not yet eligible for many policies account for the remaining 4% so he will insult them eventually. >> i don't care about 100% of the american people. >> my campaign is about disenfranchising 100% of the american people. >> stephanie: the survey does not include government activities -- >> i will be in switzerland if you need me. >> stephanie: the interstate highway system, food safety regulations, only tangible benefits. even there, he's insulted 96%. >> food safety? who needs that? [ applause ] >> play russian roulette with your canned stew from 1924, dinty moore. >> stephanie: dinty moore stew. that's when your mom and dad had a night out. liz in madison you're on "the stephanie miller show." welcome, liz. >> caller: good morning, everyone. i would like to see if i could be the official someone in the chat room today. >> stephanie: can you be more specific. you're like a mitt romney
proposal. >> caller: chris picked up one of my comments regarding the way ryan fishes one day. so he referred to me as someone in the chat room. >> oh, okay. great. thank you, liz. >> stephanie: that one. >> caller: also it is my birthday. if i could get tom brokaw really quick. it was my daughter's birthday. happy birthday natalie lela and lid beth. ♪ happy birthday to you happy birthday to you dear natalie lela and elizabeth happy birthday to you ♪ >> my birthday was yesterday too. >> caller: happy birthday, libras. >> stephanie: happy birthday libras. >> happy birthday, libras. >> caller: awesome. what i really wanted to talk about was paul ryan and what we really think about him in wisconsin. he had a town hall meeting last go around and not only did he charge admission to get into that town hall, he had an old man arrested for -- for asking
questions that he didn't like. i wish i could tell you what the question was. that's just unbelievable! and ryan, walker and -- they remines me of the three-headed -- reminds me of the three-headed dog. it is disgusting. wisconsin is totally for obama. >> stephanie: liz what is that? >> that's my doggy storm. my rescue pup. >> stephanie: what kind of dog? >> caller: she's a mutt. a dutch shepherd and an unknown father. >> and an elephant. >> caller: and an elephant and maybe a great dane. >> stephanie: that sounds like a hound dog to me. sounds a little like reince priebus. >> reince priebus. everything is going fine! i will be outside the bunker pouring gasoline on myself. >> stephanie: he sounds a little whineny. -- a little whiney. >> and a little joe lieberman. >> great. >> stephanie: he said that
they have -- >> haven't got a title yet. >> stephanie: as a matter of fact, sam letter for jim ward. >> huh? >> stephanie: this is from aaron. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] hi, mama, thanks to jim ward, my husband is ready to kill me because i won't quit randomly yelling out reince priebus with a nazi fervor. jim's impersonation of reince priebus made my morning. also road flare mary, when i heard you describe this morning how she sounds when she smokes road flares, i scared my cats, pinky and paw paw. half to death. >> paw paw curiously looks at the tv when i'm at home watching on tv and she gushes handsome and romantic about max and fred. i replay it and she looks at the tv tilting her head. >> that's adorebs. >> stephanie: let me plug chris for having dana loesch's
pig squeal. >> squeal louder. [squealing] >> stephanie: how does roger hedgehog -- she corrected herself. you keep getting it wrong. i don't know. somebody ask bill maher why roger hedgehog -- >> he's changed his name to topiary shantz. >> stephanie: he would get mocked less? >> yeah. >> stephanie: keith in milwaukee, you're on the "the stephanie miller show." hi keith. >> caller: hi. mooks. happy birthday, hal. like i tell my wife who is also a libra that she's always pro-choice. >> stephanie: that's a libra joke, i get it. we can't make a decision. i get it. >> caller: tell you about paul ryan and his palinesque going rogue and somebody mentioned that he may be going back to congress. i don't think he may be going back to congress.
>> right. >> stephanie: how hilarious would that be if he lost both? >> caller: he won't have to complain about not going. think about this. the thing ta has helped him go back to congress time after time besides weak candidates is the fact that there's no tv market in the first congressional district. so this time, the tv ads will be run by the obama campaign. >> stephanie: isn't that wonderful, eddie? >> isn't that wonderful eddie? >> stephanie: by the way, was he basically implying that marriage equality is not a human right? >> it is not an american value. >> stephanie: or a human right. >> because our rights are defined by nature. >> the things you talk about like traditional marriage and entrepreneurship -- these aren't values that are indicative to any one person or color or creed or color. these are american values. these are universal human values. >> stephanie: i'm neither american nor human anymore? >> tradition is directly related to creeds.
the idea is that your tribe or your group or your religious sect has a specific plan for how you dictate relationships. and we don't even have -- >> stephanie: your point is i'm a dildo-smoking nonhuman. >> well, that's a totally separate conversation from what we're talking about. that's just true but that has nothing to do with your right to not be. >> stephanie: 45 minutes after the hour. >> along those lines headline. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] hong kong billionaire offers $650 million to any man who successfully woos his less lesbian daughter. >> good luck with that. >> okay, i'm game. >> stephanie: who's up to the challenge? >> of course he is. >> stephanie: 45 minutes after the hour. >> could use a scratch. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: all right. she just hasn't had her itch scratched right. >> she's kind of hot. >> stephanie: hang on a second! wait a minute! >> you're not a man.
you wouldn't get the money. >> stephanie: i'll dress up like in yentl. 45 minutes after the hour. ♪ can you hear me ♪ >> stephanie: right back on "the stephanie miller show." >> damn it, jim you made me snarf on my keyboard again. it's "the stephanie miller show." >>oh really? >>tax cuts don't create jobs. the golden years as the conservatives call them, we had the highest tax rates, and the highest amount of growth, and the highest amount of jobs. those are facts. >>"if you ever raise taxes on the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true!
people when i'm upset. they're doing this this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>that's an understatement, eliot. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] ♪ she says hello, come sit next to me you fine fellow ♪ ♪ you run over there without a second to lose and what comes next hey bust a move ♪ ♪ you want it, you got it ♪ ♪ you want it, baby, you got it ♪ ♪ just bust a move ♪ >> stephanie: yeah, yeah, yeah. it is "the stephanie miller
show." hutch day with hal sparks. >> i'm having too much fun during the breaks. we're reading all of the news articles. >> stephanie: just the picture tells you everything you need to know about where the romney/ryan campaign is. >> so in ohio, this is, by the way, in ohio for pete's sake, romney said that obama did not raise taxes during his first four years. and that he's going to in his next four years and does that sound like a good idea. well, they've been running on the idea that he's the biggest tax raiser and government grower and liberally muslim ever -- i don't know what that means. and so when he says this, he literally said i got -- he's got one new idea. i admit to see the one thing he did not see in the first four years and he will which is to raise taxes is. there anybody that sees raising taxes will grow the economy. you can see romney right behind him going oh! did you just admit he didn't raise taxes? oh, man!
>> stephanie: meanwhile back in the real world. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] president obama 10-point lead in ohio. wow. 25--point advantage among women. i've been saying i have not seen anger among women like this. romney holds an 8-point lead among men. president holds a 35-point edge among voters under 35 years old. 62% of ohio voters say the auto bailout was a success. hmm. mr. obama also holds a huge, huge huge lead among women in pennsylvania. his overall is 12 points in pennsylvania. the president holds a 21-point lead among women. evenly split among men in florida. obama over romney has risen from three points before the convention to 9 points today. ruh-roh. [ wah wah ] his improve improvement among women and seniors. i honestly -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] i think the presidential thing kind of -- kind of pretty much
is -- the poll found democratic senate candidates are leading the republican opponents in all three states in florida bill nelson leads connie mack 53% to 39%. in ohio, sherrod brown leading. in pennsylvania, bob casey leads 49% to 43%. so down ticket. going down ticket, the stench. >> you're going to have what's left of the republican party which is pretty much the remnants of what an actual party is. it is the hangers on. the people who wear the -- >> stephanie: doing a little wiggy. >> they call themselves the wigs. >> maybe just maybe we will actually move into a position where it's the democrats debating the green party for the next two decades and we actually have policy issues and real governing going on because you have two parties who actually look to the future, hoping it actually exists. as opposed to some sort of armageddon dust storm that will -- you know, what i'm looking for -- see the president come out like a super volcano kills all of the crops.
>> stephanie: president of water world. karl in michigan, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi karl. >> caller: yes hi. >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: yeah, well, it rankles me when i hear that romney's ahead with veterans and people who have 65 because i'm both. when i was a young man i worked with -- i was very young man then. teenager almost. worked at american motors. i had a lot of respect for george romney. >> stephanie: yeah. a lot of people did. my dad worked with george romney. >> caller: yes and i hate to say it but i was leaning toward being a republican back in those days. i liked your dad. even goldwater. i think goldwater would be able to get into the rep -- wouldn't be able to get into the republican party right now. >> stephanie: no sir, he would not. >> caller: it rankles me when he talks about the 47% because in 1967, i didn't pay any income taxes because i was in a combat unit in vietnam. >> stephanie: uh, yeah, exactly. there was another poll out the other day we were saying, a lot
of those common wisdom -- you know all veterans are going to vote republican. it is not holding true in a lot of the polls. i don't know that that's true. veterans are -- blah, blah, blah. >> it is interesting when you see -- the aarp has a very good get out the vote mechanic. and you can disenfranchise hispanics by their name. you can go through a list of possible voters and pick out the ones that are hispanic. you can even arguably think you're doing it with black voters as well. by using what you would believe are statistically more black-sounding names in washington and these kinds of things. but you would be wrong a good deal of the time. you can see how they would do it. the issue is they can't do that with women and they can't do that with older voters. what they're doing is making it harder for them to get a photo i.d. one of the ways they're trying to disenfranchise the older voters who don't like romney, make sure it is harder for them to get one.
make sure the churches drive you around. they think everybody who goes to church will drive you around. evangelicals aren't friendly to him. >> stephanie: even the romney surrogates are admitting -- did you see chris christie, if the election were held tomorrow, that would be a problem. that would be bad. >> it would be a big problem. i know for big. >> stephanie: he said -- >> ann coulter would turn out to be right. >> stephanie: if the election were held tomorrow, it would be a problem. there is a lot of ground to cover in the next 42 days. oh, yes, there is! >> he covers a lot of ground. >> stephanie: yes, he does. >> he shaves a lot of ground, too. >> slut. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: no matter where you look, the cbs news, "new york times," best news for obama just out today. the "national journal" though writing rates are stabilizing for obama. remains remarkably stable which is good news for president obama and bad news for mitt romney and republicans. leading democratic and republican pollsters now strategists privately say the obama lead is around 4 or 5
points. it has been holding pretty much steady. north carolina and new hampshire look about even right now. virginia, some are saying obama is up by a point or so. others say by as many as four. it just depends on what poll you're looking at. he's ahead in this one. florida poll results range from even to obama ahead by 4. obama's lead in nevada seems to be between 2 and 5 in colorado. i love that we're watching this today. romney's path to victory could be -- >> if a meteor -- >> look, a monkey flew out my butt. >> stephanie: ohio pennsylvania and michigan. i don't -- i don't understand what the path could be. >> rename it the stench munster campaign. >> stinky. >> stephanie: look, everybody it is the stench munster. how about this. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] listening to -- stop it! when randy rose is in -- randy rhodes is in a commercial break
i subject myself to sean hannity. i said it. literally, the theme is obama's foreign policy has been a disaster. it has been a disaster. why looky here. americans trust a better government to handle international affairs than in a decade. >> what do you know about that. >> stephanie: 66% have a great deal of trust in the government's ability to handle international problems. >> that's what happens when you let adults run the place. >> to be fair there's violence in the middle east. oh, wait there's always been violence in the middle east. it's never ever happened before. >> stephanie: in the president's speech at the u.n. yesterday -- [ applause ] wow, we'll talk about that when we come back. we have some crunchy audio goodness from that. it is hump days with hal sparks. and stephanie brown obama biden national vote director will join us as well. we roll along, hump days with hal on "the stephanie miller show."
♪ listen to ♪ >> stephanie miller. ♪ in cars ♪ >> stephanie: hal's so physical. it is "the stephanie miller show." 24 minutes after the hour. >> you really are acting out the entire video. >> oh, yeah, you're welcome. >> stephanie: i've said it once and many times. chris, we're the finest physical comedian in the entire country in addition to being hilariously smart and funny and you can see it live on stage saturday in seattle. >> your t-rex impression is physical too. >> we've got -- it's hard to pick which one i do because i have the monkey and the koala bear that a lot of people have been requesting and the three toad sloth which is popular.
i don't know how i'm going to fit these all in. >> stephanie: he's an entire comedic zoo. a traveling zoo. >> it will be a hal sparks go to the zoo. the entire hour describing what it's like to go to the zoo from my experience. it will be awesome. lab rats, a great outlet for my physical comedy. >> stephanie: a little hal sparks infomercial. >> are you appearing anywhere soon? >> stephanie: yes, saturday in seattle! >> madison wisconsin the following saturday and then west palm beach. that's right. west palm beach in three weeks. >> stephanie: talk like a morning radio -- >> laughs, the gaffes with hal sparks in west palm beach. >> stephanie: the big one. sexy liberal pa won't zoo at the beacon october 27th in new york. with a huge celebrity guest on panel! >> i have a special kind of surprise for that weekend as well but i'll have to wait until we get closer before i actually talk about it. i think i've got a two-week
window before i can start talking about it. >> stephanie: you're a teasey little nymph. >> i learned it from the stench himself. the stench himself. a children's book. gill began and the stench. what's that smell in the bottom of the boat? >> stephanie: theo in washington, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi theo. hello, theo? did i do that correctly? >> no. did you? >> stephanie: see, you always want to blame me. i did it right. are we having a phone meltdown again? jason in d.c. >> caller: hi, guys, how you doing? hey, one of the things i think that we need to remember is the abuses that took place of is your civil liberties under bush. it was awful. i remember the democratic platform in 2008, we said we were going to do away with the patriot act but the funny thing happened along the way. the aclu on the 10th anniversary of 9-11 came out and basically determined in conjunction with a number of
articles going well in salon magazine that obama had done more to abuse our civil liberties than bush has. and the left is being completely quiet on this. >> i read a lot of glen's stuff and i have to fervently disagree with his conclusions on that. they have carried forward some of the sort of extrajudicial elements of the people who were already in guantanamo bay although while trying to shut it down, the president ordered the shutdown of guantanamo bay. do you know why it wasn't shut down? do you know why? i'm asking you. >> stephanie: he's gone. >> the reason it's not shut down is because congress would not allow money to be appropriated to move those prisoners to the united states, to the continental united states so that they could be tried. >> stephanie: in fairness, some democrats kayed on that, too. one of the things, hal, that drives me crazy. people say he had all of the help he could. he didn't get done what he said he was going to do.
he said he was going to close guantanamo. largely because of republicans and some democrats that got us -- >> right. we have a government with three equal branches. and unfortunately, two of those other branches are hell bent on keeping guantanamo open. >> stephanie: yeah. that was one of those things where you can't just say something obama promised and -- >> that whole idea he's worse than bush on it is cartoonish. >> stephanie: exactly. >> greenwald -- he just -- you know -- don't even get me started. >> stephanie: hello, tony in washington. >> caller: hello. how are you today? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: all right. first of all i'm a latino mexican-american. i'm 61 years old. i've never voted in a presidential election ever before basically because politicians lie. and my wife says that i need to tell somebody else about it.
for the first time, i am going to be voting for president obama. >> stephanie: yea! >> caller: partly because of the koch brothers and the republic trying to make sure they stop the latino vote and the elders and young people. >> stephanie: you know what, tony, that's what i've been saying. this will make more people vote. it is a right, no at privilege. a lot of people have died for this right. these voter suppression things are mobilizing people even more. >> well, yeah. you don't realize how valuable something is until you might not have it anymore. that's a big part of our kind of -- we've had a bit of a slacker ride especially during the 90s where people laid off of voting and laid off being citizens. >> stephanie: 29 minutes after the hour. more hump days with hal on "the stephanie miller show." show." good morning. >> caller: first time calling
into a talk show but it is refreshing to see a true liberal show that's truly liberal. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i was calling in. i wanted to talk about i think a lot of the things about the election is overanalyzed and i feel that a lot of people, they're going to vote for who >>oh really? >>tax cuts don't create jobs. the golden years as the conservatives call them, we had the highest tax rates, and the highest amount of growth, and the highest amount of jobs. those are facts. >>"if you ever raise taxes on the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true!
>> i can't take it anymore. he doesn't treat -- >> stephanie miller right. why isn't he grabbing her tush? >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. hump days with hal sparks continues. paul in boston. hi paul, welcome. >> caller: how you doing stephanie in. >> stephanie: good. >> caller: i wanted to remind your listeners september 26th, 1914, the federal trade commission was created to promote consumer protection and how elizabeth warren has picked up that challenge on behalf of us consumers and she's doing
great up here. i'm in a couple of unions actually. and teamster mainly and i'm with -- >> stephanie: teamsters are hot. >> caller: yeah. they're the sexiest union in the country, i think. >> stephanie: i was at the dnc, a bunch of teamsters walked in, i got a little hot, i gotta tell you. >> it was a bit worrisome with her and scott brown for a time but -- i mean i think that -- >> stephanie: he's running on questioning her heritage? what? >> he doesn't have anything else. his voting record shows he's straight up, you know, republican. he's got a couple of bucks to trend. they gave him forevisibility sake. they'll give you a couple of bills to run on essentially like we got this down. that's a big part of it. >> stephanie: is this paul ryan being pro union? it seems like scott walker --
once football gets involved, everybody is really pro union. >> you guys watch the packer game last night? i mean give me a break! it is time to get the real refs -- >> stephanie: you mean the union ones? >> it reminds me of president obama and the economy. if you can't get it right it's time to get out. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] i half think the refs work part-time for the obama administration. >> my favorite is how flat the joke falls. if you look at the video he's reading clearly off his podium and you're like -- because he's been told to make a joke about the football stuff. we discussed this joke in the meeting yesterday when it was kind of funny then. it will be hilarious now that you have to read it. >> stephanie: i love this. gawker gave us the nonsports fans nfl referee fiasco. here's the fun facts. the seattle seahawks played the green bay packers. seahawks down by 5 going into the final seconds. wilson throws the hail mary.
what? see. yeah. ball thrown toward the point scoring area. he caught the man before the ball catching man did. an interception. this should have ended the game with the packers winning. the referees declared the seahawks ball catching man a touchdown ends the game making the sea talks a win -- making the seahawks the winners. the nfl has locked out the referees union in an attempt to force the refs to accept new employment terms. one of their replacement refs was fired from the lingerie football league for incompetence. >> really? >> probably looking at the girls. >> stephanie: football league said the call will stand even though it was wrong. huh? >> my girlfriend used to play in the lingerie football league. he's some serious game playing. she's got a great arm and a lot of these -- refs were just -- they didn't do good calls. they feared for their lives.
they were going to get scissored. >> stephanie: return of the unionized nfl referees. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] new position for him, that whole pro union thing. >> except he tried to blame it on obama. working for obama. [ mock laughter ] >> stephanie: green bay packers were off by a blown call. packers fan demanded the return of the league's refs. isn't it ironic file. ♪ isn't it ironic ♪ >> stephanie: multiple packer players had urged wisconnites to vote against walker in the recall. someone was saying football, hal, one of the most socialized, you know -- i mean -- >> tax players paying to support private industry. without any direct evidence that it actually benefits the community overall anymore than any other kind of introduction of a business would. you could open a hotel and probably have just as much cascading value to the
surrounding community, bars, restaurants and clothing stores and the like and you wouldn't have to give them whatever $40 billion to build a stadium that looks like a spaceship that crashed into the side of a mountain. >> stephanie: dean in pittsburgh. welcome. >> caller: hi. thanks for taking my call. last hour, i heard one of your callers say that he's concerned about the climate crisis or he might have called it the global warming and he hopes president obama will do more to address it. i hope he understands and people heard him i hope also understand president obama won't be able to do much of anything about that without a democratic congress. >> stephanie: that's right. >> caller: some people might not also know -- i work in pennsylvania as a volunteer with the obama campaign and some congressional candidates here. and you know, with the democratic congress in 2009, that stimulus included $90 billion that was invested in clean energy jobs. and you know, people -- not just vote for democrats for congress because the odds are still slim.
they're saying we can overcome republicans, the majority because of all of the congressional redistricting they did in the house. but also tell your friends and other states that if they have a republican congressperson, every single one of them voted against anything that would fight the climate crisis. >> stephanie: i've said it over and over again. it absolutely is not about the president. it is about getting him a congress he can work with. that's the thing is you look at issue versus issue, the one thing all of the polls the american people are hugely behind the president on pretty much every issue. if you are give him somebody he can work with that can do more of the stuff you agree with. >> well, yeah. seven out of ten americans now expect obama care to be implemented fully and have no problem with that. >> stephanie: jean in columbus. welcome. hi, go ahead. >> caller: i think what goes under the water is the effect that republicans -- all of the
control of gas prices at the pump. >> stephanie: right. >> caller: i have a book i just wrote that highlights this in detail called the war on the american people. and it really outlines the effect that these people are having on our gas prices. the profits that they're making is unbelievable. >> stephanie: yeah the oil companies. >> caller: exactly. >> stephanie: to this day, i will never -- as long as i live understand why we give oil companies subsidies. somebody explain that to me. speaking of healthcare. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] e.r. doctors you suck. mitt romney's comments on "60 minutes" saying emergency rooms provide care to people who don't have insurance. a group representing emergency room doctors. >> you don't just die in your apartment. you go to the emergency room and send an ambulance for you and then you lose everything you
have and your bank account gets emptied out. >> stephanie: head of the american college of physicians said emergency care is not health insurance. you would think he might know. >> considering he actually said that four years ago! he said specifically that's not -- >> stephanie: he understands the whole point. that's why the system is broken because some people use the emergency room for primary care or their only care and then we all pay for it. exactly. let's go to jerry in nashville. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi jer. >> caller: hello stephanie. i disagree with you but i respect your whole crew. you've been very well-informed. will et me knit pick on one thing about the civil liberties. you mention congress had blocked obama. you were correct but he blocked -- congress blocked obama while pelosi was still in charge. >> stephanie: you're talking about gitmo? >> caller: when they did the block, pelosi was still in charge. >> right.
that's where -- that's what she was pointing out some democrats drifted over and gave them enough votes like they do. >> caller: no, a majority of democrats or else nancy would have never brought it to the floor. >> stephanie: right. i admitted some democrats caved on it. right. >> caller: but my point is -- my main point is -- >> so you're crediting the president but not crediting pelosi's congress essentially is what you're saying. >> caller: i'm not saying -- i'm not making a point of who's right or who's wrong i'm just saying that he was blocked from moving to gitmo by pelosi as much as any given one republican. it is not come democrats. it was a majority. >> stephanie: jerry, that's one issue. we're saying he was blocked in unprecedented ways. >> caller: civil rights. let me make another civil rights point. >> stephanie: okay. >> caller: he is obviously the worst civil rights president we have and this is why --
>> stephanie: oh quite obviously. what? >> caller: because he executed a citizen of the united states without an advocate for the defense. without any judicial involvement, without any judge jury -- >> stephanie: who are you talking about? >> ground strike on the guy who -- >> yes he did. >> caller: let me add one other thing. >> sure. >> caller: we think we know about larky came from the administration so we have no independent information. >> that's not true. the guardian and other places confirmed that's exactly what he did. it was a question of whether or not this was reason enough to do it. now, would you agree that we have had since we've had a standing army, the right to shoot soldiers who go awol in the process? we've had that. >> i would agree with you. >> i'm just saying legally. a commanding officer or any other officer in that range has the right and ability to shoot a soldier just for running away,
for cowardice in the field of battle. correct? that's an extrajudicial killing on behalf -- >> caller: i'm happy to answer that. military people, by law, have less civil rights. they have less due process in military courts and you're correct. they have less rights on a battlefield. you're absolutely correct. >> and an american citizen in the process of committing a crime where they're directly -- there is willing belief on the part of law enforcement to believe that they are in the process of committing a crime that will lead directly or superficially directly to the killing of innocent people, have the right to take the person out if they have no other means of gathering that person without endangering their own lives. >> caller: only if it is an immediate threat. >> no, that isn't true. if you have to extract someone -- that's not true. our fbi and our c.i.a. and our local cops, actually, s.w.a.t.
teams and the like have the ability to protect their own lives by not going in and if they believe someone is planning an attack and they have no other way of extracting that person without killing themselves. now, we've had -- there's so many cases -- >> stephanie: what if they had known what tim mcveigh was about to do right before he did it? >> a sniper could shoot him but they couldn't get him -- couldn't run in and grab him without endangering their cops. they had the right to make that decision. we've always had the right on american soil. that's been around forever. preobama prereagan pre-nixon that's gone back to the '20s. >> stephanie: we have to break. 46 minutes after the hour. right-wing world is next. we continue hutch days with hal on "the stephanie miller show." >> damn it jim i'm not a doctor but i think i'm dying of laughter. it is "the stephanie miller show." in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft.
that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy. (vo) jennifer granholm ... >>for every discouraged voter, there are ten angry ones taking action. trickle down does not work. in romney's world, cars get the elevator and the workers get the shaft. that is a whole bunch of bunk. the powerful may steal an election, but they can't steal democracy.
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>> thanks. >> stephanie: let's dive into the right-wing world. shall we, kids? [ ♪ circus ♪ ] brian kilmeade on the fox and friends. >> he came out and said i have a different view from mitt romney. i want to build the economy from the middle out. again an homage to the middle class. i don't know if that's economically possible rather than top down. >> only rich people can create wealth in america. >> for themselves, yes. >> even though that's never happened. even though that's not actually how it occurs. >> it is not true. because you would fall off. >> it is never true when one of our guys is in office. >> stephanie: reince priebus would be the kind of guy who would want to roll a window down on a plane. >> it is stuffny. i'm going to open the emergency exit. >> stephanie: supporters struggle to defend romney's tax plan map. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] more details, mitt romney provides about his tax plan math. the closer he gets to validating
the conclusion of a nonpartisan study that found his proposal is not mathematically possible. he promises that after his across the board tax rate cuts and elimination of unspecified loopholes benefitting high income earners the tax burden will be reduced for the middle class and remain does not for the wealthy. he promises the plan will not add to the deficit. even conservative economists have tried to make the numbers work like martin feld stein. he has trumped his study but when pressed about the unflattering specifics he says i haven't seen his precise study. >> i missed it. >> stephanie: oops. rush limbaugh. >> do you realize that obama -- is trying to put together a majority coalition made up of the least informed people in this country? >> republicans? >> in some cases may be the dumbest. >> he may figure he has academia all wrapped up but his big electoral push is for the mental
midgets in this country. proudly so. >> stephanie: they're already setting up to say you're stupid, you americans that just re-elected him in a landslide. stupid heads. >> stupid idiots! >> maybe we shouldn't have defunded education every chance we got as republicans. the whole country is full of dumb people who will vote for obama. >> can't solve a problem i throw money at it unless it is tax cuts for the rich and whatever. education. the one problem you can't fix by throwing money at it according to the republicans. >> stephanie: it is really tough to imagine why the obama policies for four more years will be right for families around america. i'm sure though that your guy is leading in the food stamp voters poll. >> can i ask you that? >> yeah. >> stephanie: is this what they're doing that preemptively insulting obama voters? >> everyone is stupid and you're on food stamps. >> i'm going to break with
tradition and agree with him in one regard in that a lot of working class white voters who never thought they would end up on food stamps who are not your standard white folks that are on food stamps but the working class ones who found themselves because of the recession losing their job thanks to a displaced factory and thanks to the bain capitals of the world found themselves on food stamps for the first time are getting off food stamps and recognize the importance of government in places like ohio and florida. >> stephanie: you need to pay attention when road flare mary calls. it is only the blacks and their escalades that are using too many of the food stamps. >> they can't have an escalade if they're not paying for stuff with food stamp because black people aren't allowed to make that much money. >> stephanie: her son who can't get food stamps, we suggested he date a black girl. >> or he could stop being a lazy bum according to paul ryan and mitt romney. perhaps the reason -- i love how if you've succeeded in this --
the last four years it is because -- your bootstraps, you pulled yourself up, not obama. if you failed, it is because of obama. wait a minute. booed straps only work one direction? >> stephanie: bill crystal on the fox news. >> conservatives are being a little too obsessive about individual sentences obama says. voters aren't going to make up their mind based on that. they'll make up their mind on the four years of his record and what romney's alternative is. the romney campaign falls in the trap of becoming speech critic of obama. people like us should do that. it is perfectly appropriate but as a political matter, people are going to make up their mind on the policies. obama speaks pretty well as a president. he makes some mistakes. other presidents made plenty of mistakes. >> bill crystal really hates mitt romney, doesn't he? oh, my god. that is awesome! >> you know, again he's along that big crowd of people who was like i don't think any of these guys are it but he's definitely not it when he was coming up.
he's just going to be pushed. he was part of the -- >> stephanie: did he say yesterday by accident, obama's done a pretty good job on the economy. ann coulter, fox and friends. >> you have liberals playacting exist nonexistent racism and telling the world that tea partiers are racist. step two is taunt republicans for not having more blacks in their party. >> stephanie: right. i don't know maybe it is because of the signs at the tea party rallies. >> or people -- obama biden things. jesus christ is awesome and the n word. >> the guy hanging a chair from a tree. >> actually, to her defense, i and my friends, a bunch of liberals, that's what we do when we get buck wild. we have our -- >> stephanie: one more. ann coulter. >> these are not people who have black friends who know black people. sorry, except, you know, lawrence o'donnell who dates black gals.
>> stephanie: wow! wowee. >> freedom riders. >> stephanie: getting into folks' personal life. >> first of all we all know that bill will sleep with you if you ask a man. just go ahead and do it. secondly -- >> don't overlook the penis. >> what? >> oh. >> stephanie: meanwhile, how many times have one of them said i wouldn't [ bleep ] ann coulter's -- what did i mean by that? i don't know. i don't know either. 58 minutes after the hour. stephanie brown obama biden national vote director joins us. we have crunchy audio goodness from the president's address to the u.n. as we roll along. hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks on "the stephanie miller show." >> on "the stephanie miller show" radio show in suburban america, this morning -- >> it is "the stephanie miller show."
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>> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 23 minutes after the hour. hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks. oh, dear. just more bad news for mittens left and right. what's this from "the washington post" poll? [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> 61% think -- >> 61% have a negative view of romney's handling of the campaign. >> on the other hand -- wasserman, will nine g.o.p. governors electronically flip romney into the white house? >> one of the scary notions about modern electronic voting and how poorly contained it is. and how -- i don't get at some point why the federal government cannot make rules and laws about the federal elections. let's say the federal government says you don't need an i.d. to -- a photo i.d. to -- you need to be registered. you need to have some sort of an i.d. but like it shows where you live or whatever. you don't need a photo i.d. to
vote in a federal election. because that's how -- if a state wants to say for governor of the state of illinois, you have to do this and -- >> stephanie: jim, same thing we talk about every time. turnout, turnout turnout. polls working the way they are. it has to be tough to do that. that would be a revolution. mitt romney won in a landslide. >> that's what happened in 2004. everyone said oh oh well. >> but it was way narrower. that's why i think the concern is actually the flipping will go on in the congress. because they can -- because congressional seats won't have as much attention. they'll go well -- >> stephanie: for more obstructionist. angela in illinois. angela in minnesota. >> caller: my turn. hi stephanie. thanks for being on. i mean npr the other radio stations won't let me on. here's the deal. everybody needs to vote. make them give you a provisional ballot if they have to because the provisional ballot can no
longer be thrown away. they have to be counted. even if you have the i.d. from 2008, i don't care what you have, go to the voting polls and vote vote, vote because they must give you that provisional ballot and the caller before me, the guy that was saying it is a federal issue he's right. they must give you a provisional ballot. go go, go! >> stephanie: wow, you are! you're scrappy. i love it. i would love it if all of the voter suppression stuff gives us an unprecedented turnout and an unprecedented landslide. all of the super pac money republicans would be like oh! [ explosion ] >> i just put an article in hump chat at halsparks.com. that one of the concerns is that voter suppression of the latino vote could be enough to provide the margin of victory in some states. that's what they're hoping for is that's the 2% that they need to put it within the margin of error and push them over the
top. >> stephanie: that's like their strategy. how do we stop people from voting? >> i met with ten journalists from like -- latino papers and you know, both in the states and in south america yesterday. and that was a big concern of theirs. and it was amazing how they handled the univision thing because i made my joke about how i don't think he wore -- i think he slammed his face in cumin because then he would get the color benefit and a smell they're used to. >> stephanie: lorain. >> tacos and that kind of stuff. >> stephanie: hi, lorain, welcome. >> caller: bear with me. i have a disability that affects my speech. i love you all. >> thanks. >> caller: my comment is over the outrage over the nfl call and on the same day there was an announcement that ten million latino votes are
disenfranchised. i'm wondering wondering where's the outrage over that? >> stephanie: isn't it something. it is when our football -- maybe unions aren't so bad. exactly. >> that's the absurdity of it. it goes back to the caller earlier about the -- the concern for the extrajudicial assassination of a guy who is actually linked to helping al-qaeda in the field. he's not on american soil. it is all -- there are so many ways you can make the case for exactly what happened the way it happened but nobody is freaking out about amputee who was shot by the police here because he had a pen in his hand and -- sitting in a wheelchair. missing an arm and a leg. >> stephanie: jim ralph reed has a question for you. [ ♪ "jeopardy" theme ♪ ] jacki gave me homework. >> super christian who steals old people's retirements. >> stephanie: he sent out a mail-in questionnaire. it asked how much danger do you
think liberty is in right now as a result of president obama's policies actions and agenda for americans failure? the options, you can choose -- it is a bubble, standardized test. the options are more serious than the threats we faced in world war ii from nazi germany and the japanese because the attack on liberty is from our own government. that's one choice. second choice is more serious than the threat we face from the soviet union during the cold war. third choice is more serious than the american civil war. >> hmm. [ buzzer ] >> considering it is targeting voters alive for all three of those things. >> stephanie: is obama worse than nazis communists or the civil war. those are your options. >> which side of the civil war? >> that's probably the part of it, there is a little bit of confusion there. >> stephanie: this explains ralph reed. when a colleague of jack asked him if reed wasn't too much of a christian idea log abramoff said it extends as far as the cash goes.
he's a cash and carry kind of christian. >> with a dollar sign instead of the s. >> exactly. >> stephanie: ronnie in virginia, you're on "the stephanie miller show". >> caller: happy hump day, everybody. >> thanks. >> it is hump day, all right. >> caller: my response was about the caller earlier talking about what -- george w. bush was the one that passed the law that allowed government to infringe in citizens for life without a trial. >> stephanie: exactly. >> obama was the one who said we're not going to do that anymore. even in the -- added legally binding elements to his signing statement to it. >> stephanie: crunchy audio goodness from the president's u.n. speech as we continue hump days with hal on "the stephanie miller show."
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i don't think so. [ male announcer ] contract the rainbow! taste the rainbow! you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> rekids, she's not a whore if she's an actress. >> good point. >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. >> would that get guys off the hook too? >> stephanie: romney ahead in presidential race say replacement refs. >> pretty close though. basically his own replacement refs are the ones who are saying we checked our internal polls and the poll i have inside me says -- i like romney. [ wah wah ] >> it is an internal poll.
>> the one i have up my butt that makes me walk like a robot. left right blink blink. left right blink blink point down. >> never turn left. always right, always right. >> stephanie: david in washington, you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi, dave. >> good morning. thank you for taking my call, stephanie. you guys are enlightening and you're funny. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i called about -- nasal, whiney comment about the freedom riders. i'm not sure but i think that's one of those dog whistle remarks about you know, men dating black women. i have another remark, i don't know if it could be said over the radio but white trash brings me to ann coulter and rush limbaugh, i hate to say it but these people, they're just -- they're so radical i can't handle it anymore. >> stephanie: i can't believe
you just said that over the radio. >> he was trying to tap dance around what he wanted to say. we respect him for that. i get what you're saying. >> stephanie: the president i thought was fabulous yesterday. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] he told the united nations general assembly that the deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya should be a wakeup to denounce extremism of all kinds. >> obama: we cannot solve every problem in the world the united states has not and will not seek to dictate the outcome of democratic transitions abroad. >> stephanie: he -- i thought -- >> translation i'm sorry i'm sorry, i'm sorry. that's what fox and friends are saying this morning. i'm sorry we're so -- we're not awesome enough. >> apology continues. >> apologize for america being not awesome. >> stephanie: i thought he struck a perfect line. he said today we must affirm our future will be determined by people like chris stevens not by his killers. today we must declare this final incidence of tolerance has no place among our united nations. he pleaded to his condemnation
of the anti-muslim youtube clip saying it does not reflect the views of the u.s. government. he paired that with middle east leaders condemning tolerance among christians, jews within their own countries. i thought that was the perfect line to walk with all of this. >> apologizing for america. >> aka sorry. >> stephanie: the future must not belong to those who slander islam. that's who condemn it must condemn the hate we see when the image of jesus christ is desecrated. let us not condemn -- let us condemn insite against muslims. it is time to heed words of ghandi. it is a form of obstacles to the growth of the true democratic spirit. >> obama: we are home to muslims who worship across our country. we not only respect the freedom of religion, we have laws that protect individuals from being harmed because of how they look or what they believe. >> this is comparing jesus to
mohammed. yeah! apologizing for jesus. >> stephanie: okay. then he talked about the nuclear-armed iran. >> obama: make no mistake a nuclear-armed iran is not a challenge that would be contained. it would threaten the elimination of israel. that's why a coalition of countries holding the iranian government accountable. and that's why the united states will do what we must to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. >> oh! preventing iran from getting -- what? [ laughter ] >> they don't have one already? i swear they already did. they found mwd in iraq. apparently they were found at his house in kenya. >> stephanie: here is mitt romney talking about armageddon caused by obama. dogs and cats living together. >> romney: syria has witnessed the killing of tens of thousands of people. the president of egypt is a member of the muslim brotherhood. our ambassador of libya was assassinated in a terrorist
attack. iran is moving toward nuclear weapons capability. we somehow feel we're at the mercy of events rather than shaping events. >> dictating events all over the world. we need to be is have military bases throughout the middle east and when i'm president not only will we be bombing iran -- >> stephanie: i didn't think the world could hate anyone quite as much as george w. bush but romney -- he's already preinsulted the world and he's not even close to being in office. john in las vegas you're on "the stephanie miller show." welcome, john. >> caller: thanks for taking my call. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i would like to talk about the voter suppression laws the governors are trying to pull. i think it's funny how they want to spread democracy across the middle east and across the world but won't suppress their own people here in america. i just wanted to point that hip ostocrisy out. you guys have a good day. >> wheel of right wing hypocrites.
>> with paul wyrick's quote the guy who was the founder of one of the heritage foundation who said a lot of our conservative friends suffer from what i call the goo goo syndrome. the good government syndrome. we do not want people to vote. elections have never been won by a plurality of vote. they never have been and they never should be. when they say keep this in mind, when paul ryan and mitt romney talk about -- and tea partiers talk about the founding fathers and what the founding fathers wanted, the part they're specifically focusing on when they really mean that, besides the black people and indians or 3/5 of a person and women shouldn't vote is the only people that should be voting are landowners, to them, that's the modern corporate owners, the corporate class. >> stephanie: right. >> you're qualified by success and by god given right to some degree. they relate that to joel os teen. god likes you better. you can tell god likes you because he hides your homosexuality from your friends
and he gives you lots of money because you're male and you have a wiener. >> who does he hide joel osteen's homosexuality from? >> from his own hairdresser. >> stephanie: sean in colorado, you're on "the stephanie miller show." welcome, shawna. >> caller: hi. >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i'm calling about scott brown. and i'm a mother. i'm an only parent. i've raised six kids. i have two minors at home. i can tell you over the years in the schools with anti-bullying and the tolerance and everything -- and it is not just parents, teachers, our students are even -- our children are coming to a point where they want the anti-bullying. they want it. i see a video of scott brown -- his -- i don't know -- representing him. holding signs and doing indian calls. >> stephanie: did you see that? >> doing the tomahawk chop from the washington --
>> she's not indian. look at her. she's all white. >> stephanie: i know what indians look like. >> she's not wearing any feathers. >> stephanie: it wasn't once in the debate. it was three or four times. >> if people need to think of that in context and say what he was standing across from -- he was running for senate in illinois for which barack obama and said he's not half white. look at him. that's what that means. that's the exact same thing. >> stephanie: as jim has pointed out, she's the same percentage -- >> as the chief of the cherokee nation. 1/32 cherokee. has light skin. >> stephanie: kathy of illinois. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi kathy. >> caller: hi, good morning. >> stephanie: good morning. >> caller: i would just like to say that i have such great respect and appreciation for you and your team. seeing such a great combination of intelligence and entertainment is wonderful. >> stephanie: thank you. >> we try to crowbar it all in. it gets tough sometimes. >> caller: i kind of have two comments if you don't have time, i understand. but number one is don't you see
the correlation between mitt romney's campaign and the lame campaign of fred thompson in 2008 and the speech he gave where he actually finished speaking and he had to ask for applause. >> that was at the beginning. he asked for applause when he walked in the room. >> stephanie: i have to say -- somebody just sent us a clip, kathy of joe scarborough coming back from that clip. romney -- >> romney, ryan. >> stephanie: he goes sweet jesus. >> caller: steph, i know isn't exactly what i called in for but i'm a striking chicago schoolteacher. and you know, i watch political tv all the time and recently, a lot of people -- even the pundits have seemed to support the teachers have said things like oh, you know, we feel so sorry for the children and their loss. if you have a second, i would like to say what people don't understand about what children really lose. >> stephanie: please. >> caller: it is not about greed
and not about evaluation although those are components. but i have a few here. >> stephanie: mm-hmm. >> caller: as a teacher, i have waited anywhere from one to four months for teacher manuals and classroom textbooks for the kids. fine art classes have been totally removed from our schedule. one guidance counselor for 989 students. 147 schools no library. one computer lab for all of those children. gym class once a week. 35 students or more in a class. no nurse on duty. i taught for four years. in a mobile unit. where we could barely sit. >> stephanie: you seem like you have some concern for the children. that's not what i'm told you teachers are all about. >> caller: oh, you have no idea! one year in that trailer where we could barely sit i had 32 students. i had to go to the principal and make sure some were removed so we could walk and move. people don't understand. >> you're just in it for the money obviously. >> stephanie: you moneygrubber. >> caller: i am. >> stephanie: didn't mitt
romney say something recently, you would think class size is something we can all agree on. has been proven -- a problem. he seemed to just be dismissing it right? >> caller: absolutely. i have a friend that teaches in the suburbs and she has 18 in her class compared to the 32 that i had. >> let's be real clear. education seems to be the one program in government that can't be solved by throwing money at it. this seems to be -- if there is a defense problem they can't wait to chuck money, good money after bad. like i said, they can't wait -- the romney -- and ryan ticket does not want to limit defense at all. beyond what the generals want which is -- you know, the new version of the jet built inside out so the wind only blows at the pilot. >> stephanie: they could use the replacement refs as teachers in chicago now. >> at no point do they go we've never even tried throwing money at the problem in education. we have never actually said you know what? we're going to make a hyperinvestment in
infrastructure investment in education in this country. we've never done it and yet they say it wouldn't work if we did. >> stephanie: 45 minutes after the hour. back with the remaining moments of "the stephanie miller show." >> what the hell was that? >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." >>oh really? >>tax cuts don't create jobs. the golden years as the the highest tax rates, and the highest amount of growth, and the highest amount of jobs. those are facts. >>"if you ever raise taxes on the rich, you're going to destroy our economy." not true!
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>> stephanie: kenny pickens is the voice of road flare mary. mary is delightful. oh boy. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] it has gotten personal with harry reid, hasn't it? >> it's gotten personal. he says mitt romney has sullied the mormon faith. >> ooh. >> stephanie: in a conference call with reporters reid praised an opinion piece romney is not representative of most of the members of the church. he's not the face of mormonism. harry reid said he said that romney has sullied the religion. he's so disappointed in his religion, it is a good religion and he's hiding from it. >> wow. >> stephanie: the writer was also mormon. >> gotcha. >> jehovah's witness. >> really weird. >> stephanie: no. entirely different prince. not that guy. >> i don't think mormons make that sound. >> no. >> i don't know. >> depends on how tight their --
>> stephanie: dana loesch does. she makes that sound. [squealing] >> that's dana loesch. >> doing what? >> she was making -- she was doing an impression of democrats finding out bad news. and i just -- i isolated it. >> stephanie: even ann romney said -- >> ann: stop it. >> that's why i didn't recognize it. we haven't been getting that lately. what was her impersonation of republicans getting bad news? her whole show this week. >> stephanie: jacki schechner does a feature called you're not helping. i may have to send this along to her. madonna strips for obama. offers profanity-laced endorsement. >> yeah, i don't see that as a problem. >> stephanie: she stripped down to her underwear to reveal the president's name written on her body. she said you all better vote for obama, okay? >> you're not helping. >> stephanie: you're not helping. >> have you seen sara silverman's video?
>> stephanie: i have not. >> it is genius. everybody should watch it. >> it is up on the facebook page. >> it is fw. it is not safe for work but it is terrific. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: look at this. girls to go -- jack nicholson still partying to beat the band at age 75. he still goes for wild women only now everything goes down at his l.a. estate unless it is for a lakers game or work, he rarely leaves his house. i'm the female jack nicholson now. >> i just have the girls come up. there's no need to leave the house. >> stephanie: that's me. >> bring them to the front door. the back door's jammed. >> stephanie: i had a birthday party. >> crazy somewhere else. we're all here. >> stephanie: i had a sexy liberal birthday party. hal sparks is my only friend that never shows up and he never rsvps. >> i'm not going to rsvp if i'm not going to show up. that's the whole point of rsvp.
if i can't make it, i'm not going to rsvp. >> stephanie demands you rsvp in the next 24 hours or you're a bad friend. >> stephanie: you walk in and i give you [ bleep ] why haven't you answered? you just sent it last night at 7:00. >> i do this for free so i don't have to worry. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] gives me the ability to not show up at parties. it is worth every dime. >> stephanie: friends i gotta have some kind of friends. could fargo be coming to the small screen? you betcha. ethan cohen fx is developing an adaptation of fargo for the small screen. >> i just think i'm gonna burst. >> i don't think you're going to get frances. >> stephanie: what's the point then? >> sara palin is not busy. >> stephanie: paul in maryland you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi paul.
>> caller: how are you doing ma'am? >> stephanie: ma'am oh, thank you. go ahead. >> caller: i just -- i want to thank you for giving me an opportunity to voice my opinion. >> stephanie: okay. >> caller: honestly, i was a military member under first bush, second busch and clinton in between. so been doing it for a long time. i just want to voice my extreme irritation anger frustration i don't know what to call it. to have a man who turns around has five sons, didn't serve in the military himself. his sons didn't make an attempt to serve in the military. and yet he has the audacity to go behind closed doors okay, and in effect, state that i am an irresponsible victim because instead of going out there and amassing as much money as possible to feed my family, i chose to serve my country. >> stephanie: yep. paul, i go the ta tell you i've said this over and over, don't you think chris, we've had an inordinate amount of veterans
who call and feel the same way. the conventional wisdom about the military always votes for the republicans is not true. >> and if what he said or the lack of what he should say about the military or veterans or even support for the v.a., if it was just that he wasn't giving lip service, it would be one thing but paul ryan and the crowd he leads and who are now permanently attached to the romney ticket are the ones who want to cut v.a. spending. and don't care to care for the soldiers once they come back. when he says military spending, he doesn't mean soldiers. he means defense contractors. because he's a corporatist and that's how they think. if he wanted to mention the soldiers, he would have mentioned the soldiers. and he didn't. >> stephanie: buddy in columbus, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hey, mama, real quick. everybody has to see the clip of joe. the rally in ohio. he puts his hands in his face
and goes sweet jesus and starts going hail marys and says i'm in the boat. >> stephanie: you know, there are so many moments that i'm sure republicans have looked and gone this campaign is over. [ wah wah ] this is just the latest -- oh, boy. >> that's the ones that are on tv. can you imagine the ones who know they're behind closed doors. >> we haven't heard him call him stench yet. >> rachel had this -- this thing where they did an informal polling at a $2500 seat -- dinner. ten people at the table not one said that they thought romney was going to win. >> stephanie: we did that the other day. that's it for us. hal sparks will be with me in seattle this saturday. john fuglesang for sexy liberal. there might be a few tiny tickets. >> you should come anyways. >> it is a great city, seattle. we love it. see you on the twitter at hal sparks. >> stephanie: we'll see you tomorrow on "the stephanie miller show."
columbus, ohio, and then seattle >> i'm jacki schechner with a current news update. mitt romney is on the last leg of his three-day campaign tour through ohio. two new polls, "washington post" and quinnipiac have him trailing the president 8 and 10 points respectively. the one area in which romney still has an advantage is when voters are asked whom they think will be better to handle the federal budget deficit. that's what he addressed today at a rally in westerville. >> those debts get passed on to our kids. it is not just bad for the economy. it's not just bad for our job creation. it will, in my opinion, it is immoral for us to pass on obligations like that to the next generation. >> the president is also in ohio today with events at bowling green state uni